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Project Zero stories

By 04/20/2020 2:11 PM EDT
Children's art and buidling materials layed out on floor
Resources from Project Zero to support learning-rich environments at home.
By 12/19/2019 2:29 PM EST
Child's hands making a card out of construction paper
How gifts focused on making and can spark learning — and a child's innovative spirit.
By 11/24/2019 10:19 AM EST
large family saying grace around the table before dinner
Conversation starters from the Family Dinner Project to inspire gratitude and connection.
By Emily Boudreau 05/01/2019 10:02 AM EDT
Reimagining Migration
The Reimagining Migration project strives to make conversations around migration a part of curriculum and classroom culture so that all students can feel supported.
By 03/11/2019 9:57 AM EDT
Pedagogy of Play
How a pedagogy of play can enliven the classroom, for students of all ages.
By Jill Anderson 02/04/2019 8:34 AM EST
Howard Gardner
Exploring the experiences of students, faculty, and staff, Howard Gardner and his Project Zero team seek to illuminate the road ahead for higher education.
By 10/07/2018 4:30 PM EDT
graphic illustration of group silhouettes holding speech bubbles
Helping young people learn to use digital media — safely and productively — to make an impact on issues they care about.
By 06/12/2018 12:04 PM EDT
illustration of imaginary play, turning a box in the living room into a sailboat
By Lory Hough 01/22/2018 1:38 PM EST
Illustration by Rob Wilson
The Family Dinner Project wants family meals to be shared, not eaten solo.
By Casey Bayer 12/12/2017 12:01 AM EST
OECD Global
Project Zero at Harvard Graduate School of Education helped create the new framework, which will focus on assessing students’ global competencies and seek to inform how educators and schools can better cultivate these skills.

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